Basilio Fig

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Basilio Fig is a lineup player for the LA Unlimited Tacos, and has been with the team since Season 4, Day 82. Fig has previously played for the Hawai'i Fridays.

Official League Records

Season 3

Fig joined the ILB as a lineup player for the Hawai'i Fridays on Season 3, Day 76, after the incineration of Hendricks Rangel.

Season 4

Fig suffered an allergic peanut reaction while batting against the Yellowstone Magic on Season 4, Day 24, dropping Fig from an overall rating of to .

On Season 4, Day 82, Fig was exchanged to the Unlimited Tacos due to Feedback. Fig was replaced by Baldwin Breadwinner.

Season 7

On Season 7, Day 29, Fig siphoned some of Charleston Shoe Thieves lineup player Lachlan Shelton's baserunning ability in a game with Blooddrain weather.

Season 9

During the Season 9 election, Fig received the Fire Eater modification due to the passing of the Forecast: Eclipse decree.

Coffee Cup

During the Coffee Cup, Fig played for Royal PoS as a lineup player.

Season 17

On Season 17, Day 14, Fig was  SHELLED in a game with Peanut weather by Tokyo Lift pitcher Alejandro Leaf.

During the Season 17 elections, Fig's Magmatic modification was changed to the Unstable modification as a result of the Tacos' Reform will.

Season 19

On Season 19, Day 3, Fig was freed from their shell by birds.

The remainder of this article contains lore created collaboratively by the Blaseball community.



After the incineration (and some would argue return to the ether) of Hendricks Rangel, Basilio Fig stepped onto the field. As a sentient palm tree growing near one of the Fridays' most frequented playing spots, Fig had already been a fan of blaseball for quite some time. At the very moment that Rangel's physical form released, Our Lady of Perpetual Friday graced Fig with a renewed vigor in their roots, allowing them to stride across the field and join the Fridays.

Eyewitnesses say that each time Fig steps up to bat time seems to slow. In that instant a pair of muscular arms grow from their barklike torso allowing them to swing their bat.

Fig is close friends with a family of toucans that were blown into their upper branches by a passing storm. Fridays player Fletcher Yamamoto can be found nesting with Fig on their days off together.

Career as a Taco

Fig settled quickly in the infinite Los Angeli, helped in part by the similarly tropical climate. They found a new home on Figueroa Street, which is now and has always been named for them. Fellow Tacos teammate Basilio Mason has yet to comment on no longer being the only Basilio on the team, but Fig expressed that they were "happy to be a part of the Tacos name sharing tradition."

The Many Faces of Basilio Fig

According to the Interdimensional Rumor Mill, some things never change, even across dimensions. Someone, somewhere, decided to catalog all the different versions of Basilio Fig in a Rumor Registry, but today the version from IF-2.470 is playing. Here’s what the rumors say...

Ficus Pseudopalma Fig

Basilio Fig resembles a palm tree, leading many to assume she is one, while in actuality she is a palmleaf fig. He is described as an "erect shrub, glabrous, unbranched; leaves subsessile, crowded at tips of branches and giving appearance of a small palm, blades oblanceolate, to 30 in long, nearly cordate, acute to acuminate, coarsely sinuate-toothed, stipules persistent, lanceolate, 2-3 in long; figs paired, ovoid, dark green, to 1 1/2 in long, short-peduncled" [1]. Although the palmleaf fig, ficus pseudopalma, is also known as the dracaena fig, she has, at this time, no known relation to neither Alexandria Dracaena nor Thomas Dracaena.

While a member of the Hawai'i Fridays, Fig took a first-aid course in order to get a life-guarding license. Although this certificate has since expired, he assumes he is still well versed enough in first-aid to help the Tacos if need were to arise.

Fig, having a great affinity towards wasps, while not allowed to keep one as a pet in Hawai'i due to concerns for ecological damage, was able to find a positive in his Los Angeli Feedback swap. With less concern for becoming an invasive species, she promptly adopted several wasps, one of which who usually chills in her pocket, and has taken up beekeeping. He has turned her apartment into a pollinator sanctuary and also grows lots of fruits and vegetables, leading him to become a lovely chef and taco maker.

[1] Forrest Starr, Kim Starr, and Lloyd Loope (Jan 2003). "Ficus pseudopalma". United States Geological Survey.

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